Every year at New Years’, folks set goals for what they want to do with their lives in the new year. For many of us, that means good intentions that fall apart by the end of January.
Now, I’m fine with the idea of “lose 5 pounds” or “start walking more” that are the frequent flyers for new years’ goals; but I think that we can get more out of this if we set goals that are part of our Life Mission.
Everybody has a Life Mission- something we bring to the Party of Life that noone else can bring, and doing things that are part of that mission make our lives fun and beautiful and meaningful.
So why am I talking about New Year’s goals? For two reasons:
- One -Because we’re almost halfway through the year, and this is a good time to look at whether you’re actually moving in the direction of your dreams, as opposed to just beating out forest fires or doing the things that people tell you that you should be doing. What have you done in 2012 that feeds your spirit and is part of your Life Mission?
- Two -because it’s a great time to climb back on that horse. Yes, I know that most people break those new year’s goals almost as fast as they make them, but just because you didn’t immediately succeed, doesn’t mean that you have to give up altogether.
Your dreams are important. your Life Mission is important. And it’s important that you do the things that feed your spirit and the spirits of those around you.
Almost halfway through the year, so what are you going to do?
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